Timothée Chalamet In Bones And All, EO, The Inspection At Box Office – Deadline

A new crop of prestige titles is flying Luca Guadagnino’s flag at the arthouse in limited editions this weekend bones and all with Jerzy Skolimowski EO, to Elegance Bratton’s The inspection. Greenwich Entertainment opens doc Love, Charlie: The Rise and Fall of Charlie Trotter IFC Films presents Bad axe and the Cohen Media Group hits at Fernando Trueba memories of my father.

A variety of other special releases even hold up over oneShe said from Universal Pictures and The menu by Searchlight Pictures open wide. juggernaut Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is in week two. It’s getting tight here. Sony Pictures Classics just said it will push a release date for November 25th The son Back to January, citing “a marketplace that seems to be getting more crowded by the day.” (It will keep the November date for a week-long qualifying run.)

But that also means waves of new and interesting films. Check out critics Pete Hammond and Todd McCarthy’s take on some of this week’s attendees, led by bones and all. Guadagnino’s first film shot in America and presented by UAR opens in five locations in New York and Los Angeles and expands nationwide on November 23. The reviews are great. Deadline is here. And then there’s Chalamet’s star power. His enthusiastic fandom prompted Italian police to cancel a red carpet event in Milan last weekend.

The one-of-a-kind thriller featuring cannibalism, romance and a road trip won two awards at the Venice Film Festival, with director Guadagnino winning the Silver Lion for Best Director and the Marcello Mastroianni Award for Best Young Actor going to Taylor Russell. She plays Maren, a young woman learning how to survive on the fringes of society who meets Chalamets Lee, an intense, disenfranchised drifter. Together they search for identity in a dangerous world that cannot bear who they are. Screenplay by David Kajganich. Starring Michael Stuhlbarg, André Holland, Chloë Sevigny, David Gordon Green, Jessica Harper, Jake Horowitz and Mark Rylance. Based on the novel by: Camille DeAngelis.

Skolimowskis EO by Sideshow/Janus Films is told and shot through the eyes of a gray donkey. On his life’s journey he meets good and bad people, experiences joy and pain, endures the Wheel of Fortune haphazardly turning his happiness into disaster and his despair into unexpected bliss. Opens this weekend at the Film at Lincoln Center and Film Forum in NYC, next moves to LA and expands thereafter. Winner of the Cannes Jury Prize. Appointment overview here.

A24 presented The inspection on five screens in New York and LA. Writer-director Bratton’s feature debut premiered in Toronto and screened at the New York Film Festival. Jeremy Pope plays Ellis French, a gay and homeless young man whose life takes a seismic turn when he joins the Marines. Gabrielle Union plays his reserved mother Inez. See Deadline Check.

IFC Films presents the SXSW Audience Award-winning documentary Bad axe in NYC at the IFC Center and LA at Laemmle Glendale. Also on VOD. The feature film debut of David Siev, who moved from his home in New York to the small town of Bad Axe, Michigan, in 2020 to take shelter with his family during Covid as they struggled to keep their restaurant afloat. Siev kept the cameras rolling during the harsh shutdown and stressful reopening, amid rising anti-Asian sentiment and a community backlash after family members attended a Black Lives Matter protest. Siev’s father, a survivor of Cambodia’s Killing Fields, embodies the promise and conflict of the immigrant experience, and it’s all leading up to the 2020 high-level presidential election. See Deadlines SXSW interview with Siev.

Greenwich Entertainment opens doc Love, Charlie: The Rise and Fall of Charlie Trotter by Rebecca Halpern at Quad in NYC, Laemmle Monica in LA and Music Box in Chicago. Also on TVOD. Trotter revolutionized American cuisine and paved the way for today’s celebrity chefs. His eponymous restaurant in Chicago was one of the best restaurants in the world. With exclusive access to never-before-seen footage, the film unveils Trotter’s relentless pursuit of excellence. With Grant Achatz, Emeril Lagasse and Wolfgang Puck.

The Cohen Media Group presents Fernando Truebas memories of my fatherwhich premiered in Cannes in 2020 and was Colombia’s international feature film Oscar submission that year, was acquired by CMG in 2021. Opened in New York and Miami, which has been a great market for the distributor’s recent Javier Bardem comedy The good boss. The theatrical release follows a Trueba retrospective at Quad last week, curated by longtime New York Film Festival director Richard Pena. Demonstrations at the Spanish consulate, the Colombian consulate and other organizations. (Trueba is Spanish, the film is Colombian). It follows Héctor Abad Gómez (Javier Cámara), a doctor and human rights activist who takes care of both his own children and those of the underprivileged classes in Medellin, Colombia, in the violent 1970s. This is an intimate story seen through the eyes of his only son, Héctor Abad Facionce (Nicolás Reyes Cano/Juan Pablo Urrego), one of the pre-eminent writers in contemporary Colombia. Appointment overview here.

RLJE Films presents bull by Tim Sutton in around 25 cinemas and on demand. Starring Colson Baker, Maddie Hasson, Demetrius “Lil Meech” Flenory, Ruby Rose, Scoot McNairy, Lil Tjay, Naomi Wild. An aspiring but struggling musician searches for inspiration to record his next song and finds himself dead in the dark. A work of fiction that explores fame, addiction, the artistic process and the music industry. Deadlines Berlin review.

Netflix opens Robert Downey Sr. doc sir today at the IFC and next Wednesday at the Laemmle Monica in LA. (Likewise, The swimmer will be continued in 5 theaters. bardo expands to about 150 theaters in over 50 cities and Pinocchio by Guillermo del Toro expands to 520 cinemas in over 130 cities.)